Panmure Island Lighthouse is PEI's oldest wooden lighthouse. Built in 1853 by local craftsmen using shipbuilding techniques, this lighthouse is a lovely example of the heavy timbered, Pre-Confederation style lighthouse. Visitors are encouraged to climb four flights of stairs and ladders into the tower for the views of the Gulf of St. Lawrence, beautiful Panmure Island Beach and surrounding land. Visit our gift shop on the first floor for a locally-made memento of your trip.
Seasonal: June 17-Oct 14
Open Daily: 10am-6pm